You can make a light painting with a light source, a darkened room, and a digital camera.
Meet a kinetic sculptor.
Meet the robotic explorers that landed on Mars in 2004, and check out their tools and instruments.
Explore mechanical elements such as cams, levers, and linkages to create your own moving sculpture.
Do hot water and cold water mix?
Is there life on Mars? Our best evidence so far is a baked-potato-sized chunk of rock found in Antarctica.
A Marble Machine is a creative ball-run contraption, made from familiar materials, designed to send a rolling marble through tubes and funnels, across tracks and bumpers, and into a catch at the end.
A do-it-yourself cartoon kit. It's easy to make pictures move!
What do snowflakes look like on Mars?
This homemade connector will let you connect salvaged actuators (output devices) such as relays, lights, motors, and other electronic parts that can be powered by 4 to 6 volts.
How many pennies will your bridge hold?
Find links relevant to Mars and space exploration.
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